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Submitted by jimmytran 656d ago | news

'Summon heroes and get rewards' event release in Einherjar - The Viking's Blood by Appirits

Heroes are always an indispensable part of a mighty Viking army in the world of the turn-based web game Einherjar - The Viking's Blood developed by Appirits. Players can only recruit heroes by summoning at the square or completing certain quests. Understanding these difficulties, a summon event has just been activated by Appirits to help players obtain heroes and other rewards at the same time, from 5 to 12 December 2012 (SGT or GMT+8).

During the event's period, if players can summon a hero and train him or her to level 20, they will be rewarded 1 Vahalla God Proof + 1 Elf Jadeite + 1 Mithril Ring for each qualified hero after the event's end date. And the list of accepted heroes for this event is as follows: Elise, Daysie, Phaye, Egil, Miriel, Feaglin, Gallahad, Priscilla, Vali, Jin, Veronica, Elmyr, Leia. (Casual games, Einherjar - The Viking’s Blood, PC)

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